Maharashtra Govt Includes Chacha Chaudhary Comics Featuring PM Modi In School Curriculum, And Twitter Is Laughing!

2:43 pm 30 May, 2018

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We have all grown up reading the amazing comics featuring Chacha Chaudhary as the wise old man who solved crimes with his brain that was ‘sharper than a needle and faster than a computer’. Every kid loves Chacha Chaudhary and Sabu as they fight the crime in their surroundings. Evidently, Maharashtra Government has included the comics of Chacha Chaudhary as a supplementary reading material for the students in schools for some entertainment in their leisure time. Well, that seems like a good news but there is a very interesting twist!

 

Apparently, Maharashtra Government has included the comic book that features Prime Minister Narendra Modi alongside Chacha Chaudhary.

Yes, that’s right! In the legendary Pran comics, PM Modi is added in a pictorial form such that ‘Chacha’ is shown promoting and spreading awareness about the Union Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. These books are kept in libraries of many schools in Maharashtra, under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

 

 

On this, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Supriya Sule has presented her argument against PM Modi’s characterization in the children comics. The opposition has accused the ruling party of promoting their party agenda through children comics in their educational curriculum. Supriya Sule has also appealed the BJP party to stop interfering in children’s education for their campaign strategies.

 

 

As the people came to know about PM Modi featuring in Chacha Chaudhary comics, they couldn’t stop themselves from responding through their social media accounts.

 

 

Netizens have given the most epic responses to the fact that PM Modi will be guiding Chacha Chaudhary in children’s comic books and they mocked the idea through various posts and memes.
Take a look at some of the funny responses on Twitter:

 

 

 

 

 

 


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